It's Green Monday and stories about retail sales are dominating the affiliate marketing news channels. We've also got highlights about holiday sales contests and the death of a beloved webmaster's SEO tool.
It's been a busy few weeks in the online world, and we're headed toward the most robust online shopping season ever. Here's a roundup of some recent, interesting, important-to-affiliate information out there.
Over the past year, we've noticed a dramatic change in Google and many of their services. To help you keep track of these changes so you can understand their impact on your affiliate marketing business, we've assembled some of the recent stories most relevant for affiliate marketers.
Many of us marketers, affiliate marketers, and business owners looking for a boost in traffic and sales are in love with Facebook. While Facebook is hot, you're going to hear conflicting advice on how to use it as part of your marketing mix.
Amazon has said that they're strongly supporting a proposed federal law that would force online retailers to collect local taxes on more of their sales. This would end a longtime loophole in U.S. tax policy that was originally meant to help catalog retailers.
Unless you've been living under a rock, you probably know that Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, and Cyber Monday, the Monday after Thanksgiving, are two of the most hyped, busiest shopping days of the Christmas shopping season. And they're two of the most lucrative days of the year for affiliates.
Over the past few months, there's been a lot going on in the affiliate marketing world. Check out our quick summary of some recent top stories.
Check out the latest trends with a report from bigmouthmedia, a Scotland-based global marketing agency who recently announced the results of its annual affiliate marketing survey. The results will both surprise you and give you a few ideas for making money.